NIGHTWORKS, ERAL ALKAN, CHRIS MALINCHAK, SWITCH & LONDON GRAMMAR

NIGHT WORKS + ERAL ALKAN EQUALS NIICCCEEEE. Possibly a slightly clumsy analysis but I normally associate Eral with peaktime sonic goodness, often of a very loud in your face variety. His reworking of ‘Long Forgotten Boy’ shows how inaccurate that mental assumption is, this is an absolutely blissful, give me a hug I love you man piece of House Music. Emotional.

On a not too dissimilar tip CHRIS MALINCHAK’s ‘So Good To Me’ pushes the emotional buttons even more intensely, this is the sort of track if played at the right moment that can actually see the phenomena of sound waves push you to tears. Isn’t it amazing that music can do that? This is a track that could definitely do that, do not listen to when needing to appear manly.

Might as well keep the theme going ey? SWTICH has done an exceptional job sculpting LONDON GRAMMAR’s ‘Metal & Dust’ into an absolutely gorgeous piece of blissed out four to the floor House Music. If House isn’t your thing I probably lost ya two paragraphs ago, as you’re still with me you’re probably one of those human beings who will find this yet another piece of sonic beauty that could move ya to to tears, in fact I’m now welling up myself just like everytime Jenny leaves in Forest Gump.

Love you man.

STL

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HEAR/ BUY THE TRACK:

NIGHTWORKS: https://soundcloud.com/erolalkan/night-works-long-forgotten-boy-erol-alkan-rework
CHRIS MALINCHAK: https://soundcloud.com/chrismalinchak/so-good-to-me
SWITCH: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJxUhURowcw